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The Ultimate Guide to Christmas Specials

Christmas TV specials, limited series and movies are bigger than ever these days from now until the New Year, you’ll be able to find some festive yule-tide programming every night of the week. From the traditional viewing of It’s a Wonderful Life, the different versions of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, to baking shows and live music specials, we’ve got them all listed on the new Christmas TV Specials page. (Since not all of the networks list their specials early, this list will be updated throughout the coming weeks, so check back often for new additions!)

2018 Winter Olympic Games NBC Schedule: February 14

NBC Highlights: 8:00 – 11:30 p.m.

Alpine Skiing: Women’s Giant Slalom, First Run (LIVE)
Multi-medal threat Mikaela Shiffrin of the U.S. in run 1 (of 2) of the women’s giant slalom. The event will conclude live later in “Primetime Plus.” On the men’s side, the “Attacking Vikings” of Norway – led by three-time Olympic medalist Aksel Lund Svindal – are among those seeking to prevent Austria’s Matthias Mayer from becoming the first repeat Olympic champion in the men’s downhill.

Figure Skating: Pairs’ Gold Medal Final (LIVE)
The figure skating pairs’ free skate concludes.
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Downhill (LIVE)

Skeleton: Men’s Competition
Latvia’s Martins Dukurs and South Korea’s Yun Sung-Bin begin their duel for men’s Skeleton gold in run 1 (of 4), while 2014 Olympic bronze medalist Matt Antoine will likely lead the U.S.

Speed Skating: Women’s 1000m Gold Medal Final
Among the most anticipated speed skating events in PyeongChang is the women’s 1000m, with reigning world champion Heather Bergsma of Team USA facing a deep international field that includes recent world record-setter Nao Kodaira of Japan.

NBC Highlights: 12:05 a.m. - 1:30 a.m.

Alpine Skiing – Women’s Giant Slalom Gold Medal Final (LIVE)
Multi-medal threat Mikaela Shiffrin of the U.S. in run 2 (of 2) of the women’s giant slalom.

Men’s Snowboard Cross Gold Medal Final (LIVE)
Snowboarding coverage includes the high-speed, high-flying drama of men’s snowboard cross, where Pierre Vaultier of France seeks back-to-back Olympic gold medals against a deep U.S. contingent.

Skeleton – Men’s Competition
Also, run 2 (of 4) in men’s skeleton, where Latvia’s Martins Dukurs and South Korea’s Yun Sung-Bin are expected to continue their PyeongChang duel.


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